My wife and I have been going to the Bridge for Saturday lunch for at least 10 years, generally every fortnight or so.
In the last year the portions have become miniscule for the money, and - depending what you have - the food poorly cooked and not tasty. The curries are nothing like curries, just a bowl of spicy gravy with bits in and a small serving of rice. I'd be embarrassed to serve up most of it.
Lasagne is probably the best value, but don't have a garlic bread side order because it's like the sole off my shoe.
We've never needed to book there, and that's been a major attraction (plus the riverfront setting), but we took 2 relatives there a couple of weeks ago. We were greeted at the door by Noel, who did his best Basil Fawlty by shouting 'have you booked?' at us. Then grumbling because we hadn't. To be fair, he did find us a table (not that it was busy), but this isn't the way to treat VERY regular customers (who he should recognise as such) in front of their friends or relatives.
So I'm sorry, Noel, but your place has been going downhill, food-wise, and your rudeness has just added the final touch. You've lost our custom. Pity, because the place looks nice, but that's as far as it goes.